Fiddle solo, unknown - guitar, unknown label and release date. This was probably released on the Copley label, who were about the only label in America making new Irish discs in the early 50s. Some of Paddy's other sides made around this time were later assembled on an LP, Memories of Ireland, featuring the same guitarist heard here, who I believe is Jack McKenna, who backed Hughie Gillespie on the 78s he made in the 30s.
The first tune is a composition of Tipperary accordionist Paddy O'Brien, who is not to be confused with the modern Offaly box player, although the two were friends and even toured together. The hornpipe heard here is named after another great accordionist, the famous Galway box player. The second tune is named after a flute player who lived in NYC and made a disc with a group he led, which may also be heard on this site. James Morrison recorded this tune twice, as Garibaldi and then as Famous Flower of Ballymote.